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post #11 of 86
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
Put the screws through the holes that are labeled 1155, not 775.

Doesn't your Hyper 212 Plus have an 1156 bracket (which also works with 1155)?
Yes it does. I have used a 212+ on an 1156 motherboard before so it is confirmed compatible.

OP: I would strongly suggest changing the backplate to the correct holes. Otherwise you could short something out.

This may sound dumb, but make sure you read the instruction that came with the cooler very carefully before attempting to install. It does not take much to install something wrong and do alot of damage.

Good luck, and come back and post if you have any other questions.
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post #12 of 86
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Originally Posted by 20 Below View Post
It comes with the backplate, re-tension plate which holds the pins and other normal things.
Well, regardless: remove the 212 Plus and put the screws through the holes marked "LGA1155". It looks to me like you have them in the wrong holes.
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post #13 of 86
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I havnt turned it on, so when I take it off do I have to re-apply thermal paste?
Yes, if you want optimal thermal transfer you do. But seeing how your cooler is direct heat pipe, you might be ok to reuse the stuff thats still on there as long as it hasnt sat too long or been heated up.

Another thing with direct heat pipe coolers is you want to fill the gaps between the pipes with thermal compound. It takes a bit more thermal compound than flat base coolers.
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post #14 of 86
Don't remove the paste that you applied, but instead just check it before you continue. You may need to add a TINY bit here and there just to make sure the CPU is 100% covered.
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post #15 of 86
When looking at the back of your board go clockwise and chose the second hole on each of the four corners. Also on the plate you have to make sure that you use the middle of the three holes on each corner with the Hyper 212+
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post #16 of 86
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When looking at the back of your board go clockwise and chose the second hole on each of the four corners. Also on the plate you have to make sure that you use the middle of the three holes on each corner with the Hyper 212+
But the holes on the motherboard are labeled.
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post #17 of 86
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Well, I took it off and my friend IT guy put too much much ******* thermal paste on the cpu and it went all onto the cpu's board and its under neath the cpu and cant get it out. So now that cpu is ****ed. I am about to smash everything that I bought and say **** it and just sell the parts.
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post #18 of 86
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Well, I took it off and my friend IT guy put too much much ******* thermal paste on the cpu and it went all onto the cpu's board and its under neath the cpu and cant get it out. So now that cpu is ****ed. I am about to smash everything that I bought and say **** it and just sell the parts.
See?! I told you not to trust him!!!
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post #19 of 86
lol anyone who says that is "unsafe" has clearly never seen a motherboard with dual mounting holes.

OP: its fine, i wouldnt worry about it, it s perfectly fine, unless you dont like seeing a not straight cooler in your case....
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Here is my h50 on p8p67 anything to worrie about??
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